Odds & Ends: Bradley Cooper Propositioned Patricia Clarkson in a Restroom & More

first_imgHere’s a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today. Sting Teams Up With Broadway Inspirational Voices The Last Ship’s Sting and Brian Yorkey, along with Gentleman’s Guide composer Steven Lutvak, will join Broadway Inspirational Voices for their 2014 outreach program at Ronald McDonald House New York. The program aids patients battling pediatric cancer and their caregivers; this year’s one-night-only event will take place on December 18. Best wishes from us here at Broadway.com to all involved with the evening. Callaway Sisters in Tune for the Holidays On a happier note, take a look at Broadway.com faves Liz Callaway and Ann Hampton Callaway’s performance of “Mary, Did You Know?” on Meredith Viera’s TV show below. Want to see more? Liz Callaway will be playing Times Square hotspot 54 Below later this month! Theater Owners Face No Charges for Ceiling Collapse Nimax, the owners of London’s Apollo Theatre, will not be prosecuted for the venue’s partial ceiling collapse during the December 19, 2013 performance of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. According to the Evening Standard, a year-long investigation concluded that there had been “no breach of current laws.” New rules are being implemented to make sure that there is no repeat of the accident.center_img Bradley Cooper Propositioned Patricia Clarkson in a Restroom Patricia Clarkson recently stopped by Late Night With Seth Meyers and revealed that she got propositioned in the restroom at Evita on Broadway by Bradley Cooper. If that wasn’t enough to make us jealous, she then went on to talk about how she feels about getting naked in front of the mega movie star on a nightly basis. Check out the interview below and then the pair in The Elephant Man, which is currently running at the Great White Way’s Booth Theatre. View Commentslast_img

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